Censor.NET reports citing Detector Media referring to the SBU press service.
According to the SBU, no comments regarding the correspondence can be given until the letters are checked.
"We would also like to recall that Mariya Stolyarova was expelled from the country after she was exposed as a terrorists' ally," the press service remarked.
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When asked whether the SBU will reconsider its decision regarding one of the leaders of Inter Media Group news production Ihor Shuvalov, the press service said it had no information on the matter. Earlier, in January and March 2014, the SBU two times took and revoked decisions on Shuvalov's deportation and ban on entering Ukraine.
As reported, on Aug. 3, May 2015 correspondence between employee of the "DPR Ministry of Public Security" Tatiana Yegorova and representatives of Ukraine's TV channels leaked online. One version attributes the leak to hackers, while another one suggests that Yegorova herself is behind it. The leaked correspondence reveals that the staff of Inter, Ukraina and Donbas TV stations were agreeing their stories with representatives of the so-called "DPR." In particular, Russian journalist Leonid Muravyov (who was trying to get employed at Inter in the spring of 2015 but was expelled from Ukraine) mentions some Mariya in his e-mail. Most likely, he is talking about Mariya Stolyarova, the former creative producer of Inter's "Podrobytsi Tyznhia" news show.